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Louise Redknapp ‘MOVES IN with Daisy Lowe’

Louise Redknapp, 42, is reportedly moving in with Daisy Lowe, 28, after leaving the marital home she shares with her husband, Jamie.

The pair, who struck up a close bond after taking part in Strictly Come Dancing together last year, are said to be looking for homes together. 

A source told Now magazine: ‘As Louise and Jamie are currently living apart, she feels it’s the perfect time to relocate to London.’ 

 

Roommates! Louise Redknapp, 42, is reportedly moving in with Daisy Lowe, 28, after leaving the marital home she shares with her husband, Jamie

The insider added: ”Her music career is taking off again so being central would make things easier. But she hates living on her own so she’s house-hunting with Daisy – much to Jamie’s annoyance.’

Louise has been throwing herself into work and reigniting her music career since her heartbreaking split from husband of 19 years, Jamie, earlier this year. 

MailOnline have contacted representatives for Daisy, Louise and Jamie for comment. 

Split: Louise has been throwing herself into work and reigniting her music career since her heartbreaking split from husband of 19 years, Jamie, earlier this year

Split: Louise has been throwing herself into work and reigniting her music career since her heartbreaking split from husband of 19 years, Jamie, earlier this year

The reports come after Daisy laughed off romance rumours between herself and Louise and explained that they are just really good friends.

The brunette beauty said on her Femme podcast: ‘I’m aware of all the lesbian hints. It actually makes me laugh.’

‘People find it strange we are friends. Why? She’s an amazing, warm, honest woman. I’m proud of her. This is what women should do, support each other.’

While reports have said that Daisy has been a shoulder for Louise to cry on during her marriage woes with husband Jamie, the London native revealed it was the former Eternal songstress who lifted her spirits after her grandfather passed away.

She shared: ‘On the first day of Strictly rehearsals, Louise was in my dressing room chatting and I got a call telling me my grandfather had died. I went to the bathroom and sobbed. Louise was lovely. From then on she looked out for me.’

Her candid conversation comes as she opened up about the special bond she shares with the former popstar saying Louise ‘completely changed her life’.

The model also called Louise her ‘best friend’ who gave her confidence to go the extra mile in her life and career.  

Meanwhile, Louise has revealed she ‘lost herself’ during her marriage to the former footballer, while hinting at feelings of hurt and insecurity in the wake of the split.

The ex Eternal singer also said she would ‘always love’ her ‘amazing’ estranged husband.

She said: ‘I lost myself. It happens to a lot of women when they get married and have children’

Louise stepped back into the spotlight on last year’s Strictly Come Dancing after concentrating on motherhood  to the couple’s two sons Charley, 13, and Beau, 8.

She said she signed up for the show, in which she reached the final, after years of ‘staying at home, looking after my children and my husband.’

The star is currently on tour in the stage production musical Cabaret, where she plays vampy leading lady Sally Bowles, a role which show her pose in underwear, stockings and suspenders for her publicity shots. 

Hard times: Louise Redknapp has revealed she 'lost herself' during her marriage to estranged husband Jamie, while hinting at feelings of hurt and insecurity in the wake of the split (pictured above as Sally Bowles in Cabaret)

Hard times: Louise Redknapp has revealed she ‘lost herself’ during her marriage to estranged husband Jamie, while hinting at feelings of hurt and insecurity in the wake of the split (pictured above as Sally Bowles in Cabaret)

Over: She said: 'I lost myself. It happens to a lot of women when they get married and have children'

Over: She said: ‘I lost myself. It happens to a lot of women when they get married and have children’

New ventures: Speaking about her Cabaret character Sally Bowles and alluding to her own personal heartbreak the star said: 'I think lots of women will relate to how she puts on a brave face and always soldiers on, even when she's terribly wounded and terribly hurt and insecure and unsure'

New ventures: Speaking about her Cabaret character Sally Bowles and alluding to her own personal heartbreak the star said: ‘I think lots of women will relate to how she puts on a brave face and always soldiers on, even when she’s terribly wounded and terribly hurt and insecure and unsure’

Louise said: ‘Sally is extremely vulnerable, extremely fragile – yet on the outside, she’s a very ballsy woman who wants to be a star and does all she can to survive.

Alluding to her own personal heartbreak and that she was trying to be ‘brave’ in the wake of the marriage breakdown, the star said: ‘I think lots of women will relate to how she puts on a brave face and always soldiers on, even when she’s terribly wounded and terribly hurt and insecure and unsure.’

Louise addressed her marital woes for the first time earlier this month- insisting that neither she nor Jamie are pushing for a divorce, but that she ‘needs’ to be apart from him while she re-evaluates her life.

Speaking to the Telegraph, she said she finally feels like she is coming back to who she really is, after spending most of her life pleasing others.

Nearly two decades: Louise stepped back into the spotlight on last year's Strictly Come Dancing after concentrating on motherhood to the couple's two sons Charley, 13, and Beau, 8

Nearly two decades: Louise stepped back into the spotlight on last year’s Strictly Come Dancing after concentrating on motherhood to the couple’s two sons Charley, 13, and Beau, 8

Louise, who said the hardest part was moving out while still being in love, said: ‘He’s an amazing man and we’ve had 20 good years together. I know he’s trying to understand that I do need to do this.’

She explained that it was signing up to Strictly Come Dancing, where she met now close friend Daisy Lowe, that made her realise she was unable to return to the ‘Stepford Wife’ lifestyle.

Admitting that she’s not sure what this will do to her marriage, she continued: ‘I have no idea what is going to happen, all I know is that I fought for this, it’s taken everything, but this is something I need to do – for me.’

Rumours the pair were parting ways emerged earlier this year, with Daisy being ‘blamed’ for the split – having formed a close friendship with Louise on the show. 

In her recent Femme podcast Daisy gushed: ‘I don’t use best friend often especially with someone I’ve only known for a year but Louise Redknapp completely changed my life and the two of us became these kind of wonderful confidence boosters for one another.

‘I would never in a million years have the confidence to set up my own business, my own company, my own podcast if it wasn’t for the incredible nurture of one of my best friends (Louise). We’re like each other’s cheerleaders.’ 

Solo: Louise, who said the hardest part was moving out while still being in love, said of Jamie: 'He’s an amazing man and we’ve had 20 good years together. I know he’s trying to understand that I do need to do this'

Solo: Louise, who said the hardest part was moving out while still being in love, said of Jamie: ‘He’s an amazing man and we’ve had 20 good years together. I know he’s trying to understand that I do need to do this’

  

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